Jacob Bernays correspondence 1853-1878
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Jacob Bernays (1824-1881) was a German professor of Greek and librarian at the University of Bonn. From the description of Jacob Bernays correspondence, 1853-1878. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122575957 From the guide to the Jacob Bernays correspondence, 1853-1878, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) Born in Stuttgart in 1902, Bach received a doctorate in German literature from the University of Berlin in 1928. He was an author and ed...
Friedrich Wilhelm Ritschl (1806-1876), classical scholar, was born on 6 April 1806. He entered Leipzig University in 1825, before transferring to Halle the following year. He began his professional career at Halle, removing thereafter to Breslau, then Bonn, where he founded the school of classical scholarship. He became a professor at Leipzig in 1865, where he died on 9 November 1876. Ritschl was a specialist on Plautus, and produced works on Greek and Roman writers. From the guide t...
Theodor Mommsen (1817-1903) was a classical historian. See the Neue Deutsche Biographie for details. From the guide to the Letters and postcards from Theodor Mommsen to F.J. Haverfield, 1883-1903, (University of Oxford, Sackler Library) ...
Prussian diplomat. From the description of Autograph letter signed : [London], to Sir John Coleridge, [1839 Jun. 5]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270521926 ...
F. Max Müller (1823-1900) was a German scholar of comparative language, religion, and mythology. Müller's special areas of interest were Sanskrit philology and the religions of India. Müller was instrumental in editing and translating into English some of the most ancient and revered religious and philosophical texts of Asia. Born in Dessau, duchy of Anhalt [Germany], he moved to England in 1846 and settled in Oxford in 1848, where he became deputy professor of modern languages in 1850. He wa...